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Vaporesso Click Review — No, it’s not a Zippo Lighter!

Vaporesso Click



Vaporesso Click Design Front
Design — 8.0
Build Quality — 8.5
Performance — 8.0
Flavor — 8.0



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The Vaporesso Click is a brand new pod vape from Vaporesso. The Click packs a built-in 650mAh battery, uses 1.3ohm CCELL coils in the pods and has three different wattage levels. It also sports an interesting design that looks a lot like a Zippo lighter and features a 2ml push-to-fill pod for easy refilling. 

The design looks neat and is also practical because the cap covers the mouthpiece when not in use. This keeps the mouthpiece clean and dust free. No one likes lint in their mouth! Is this a pod vape worth picking up? I tested it to find out.

This device was sent to me for review directly from Vaporesso.

Vaporesso Click Review — No, it’s not a Zippo Lighter!

Box ContentsVaporesso Click Box Contents

  • 1 x Vaporesso Click Device
  • 2 x Pod with 1.3ohm coil
  • 1 x 10ml Ejuice Bottle
  • 1 x USB Cable
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Quick Start Guide
  • 1 x Warranty Card


  • Metal Construction
  • Zippo-Style Flip-Cover
  • 2ml Push-To-Fill Pod
  • 1.3ohm Coil in Pod
  • Three Wattage Levels
  • Draw Activated Firing

Design & Build Quality

  • Vaporesso Click Design Back

The design of the Vaporesso Click is worlds different from what I’m used to seeing. If I didn’t know that this was a vape I would honestly think that it’s a Zippo lighter. The top cap flips off much like a Zippo and makes a satisfying click. The top cap is also spring loaded so it remains securely open or closed, depending on how you have it.

If you don’t like the spring loaded cap though, there is a solution. There’s a metal switch of sorts right by the hinge of the cap that can be flipped the other way. This makes the cap “floppy” and it will open or close freely. Not sure why you would want this but it’s there if you do.

The Click is a nice size & weight. It’s not too big and it’s not too small. It’s 80mm tall, 46.5mm wide and 16.7mm thick; it’s perfectly sized for a portable pod vape. With the lid closed the device fits completely in my hand. However, it’s not what I would call a discreet device. The cap has to be opened in order to draw (duh!) and it hangs out kind of awkwardly to the side. Trust me, everyone’s going to think that you’re smoking a lighter.

Vaporesso sent me the “Rainbow” colorway for my Vaporesso Click and, although it doesn’t really suit me, it does look nice. The paint is really smooth and has a soft-touch feel. It attracts smudges and fingerprints easily though.

There’s some branding on the Click but it’s done tastefully. Vaporesso Click is printed on the cap and there’s a Vaporesso logo on the bottom of the other side. 

A great design feature are the ejuice windows. There’s a window in the center-top of each side that aligns with the pod. You can quickly and easily see exactly how much ejuice you have left and if you need to refill.

On the side of the Click is a Micro-USB port used for charging, as well as a button and LED. This button is used to fire the device (it’s draw activated). This button is for changing the wattage level. There are three wattage levels on the click: red (9W), blue (10.5W) and green (12.5W). 

To change the wattage level, press the button three times quickly. The LED will light up to indicate your set wattage level. Pressing or holding the button will also light up the LED if you want to check what wattage level you have set.

Pod & Coil

  • Vaporesso Click Pod

The Click comes with two refillable 2ml pods. These pods have a built-in 1.3ohm CCELL coil and are rated for the range of the device (9W-12.5W). They’re completely clear so it’s easy to see when you’re filling or checking how much ejuice is left. The pod drops into the top of the Click and is held in the device magnetically. The magnet is a little weak but it holds the pod in place nonetheless.

The drip tip is tall, 510 sized and removable. There’s not much of a point in removing it though because other 510 drip tips won’t fit. It curves to fit your lips and is comfortable enough to use.

In order to fill the pod you have to use the push-to-fill port. It’s located at the top of the pod so the pod can be refilled without removing it from the Click. Filling requires pushing the port down with the nozzle of your bottle. It works best with point nozzle bottles but droppers are possible too with a little bit of patience. Vaporesso have also included a 10ml bottle with the Click that you can use to fill the pod if you’re having too much trouble with another ejuice bottle.

This push-to-fill system is great because it prevents leaking but you can’t easily remove ejuice from the pod. If you want to switch flavors you’ll have to vape what’s left in the pod before you can do so.

Pod life is about average with this device. For the first week the pods are great and maintain their flavor without a drop off. However, after the first week I noticed a gradual drop off in flavor and by the end of the second week I had to swap out the pod.

I mostly used 70VG/30PG ejuice and the coil wicked great. The pod never leaked and I didn’t have any dry hits. I also used a 60VG/40PG ejuice and the coil performed just as well. 


The Click houses a 650mAh battery. 650mAh isn’t very large but because the Click fires at low wattages of 9-12.5W it actually lasts quite a while. I was able to get about two days of heavy usage out of the Click before having to recharge and it wasn’t even completely dead. I tended to recharge the Click when the battery was on the red LED because the draw got significantly weaker at this point.

The same LED that indicates the wattage level also indicates battery life. This LED will light up when you take a draw. There are three colors: green, blue and red. I can’t find the exact numbers for each battery color listed anywhere but if I had to guess I would think that green is above 70%, blue is 70-30% and red is 30% and lower. This is just a guess though.

The Click recharges pretty fast and that’s always a good thing. It took 50 minutes to recharge from the red LED to full. Not bad at all.

PerformanceVaporesso Click Performance

The Click is a decent device. The draw is warm but not too hot when used at the high power level. Even the medium power level has a nice warm draw. Using it on low delivers a draw that is cooler than I would like though so I mostly used the device at medium or high.

Draw activated firing works really well and you don’t have to struggle to get it to activate. It’s a tight MTL draw that delivers quite a pleasant vape. You do have to pull for an extended period of time to get a lot of vapor though so it’s not a cloud machine by any means.

The flavor from the Click is good. It’s nothing special but it’s good flavor and I wouldn’t mind using this device regularly. I got the most out of the device when using it on high but the medium setting is almost just as good.

VerdictVaporesso Click Review

The Vaporesso Click is a nice little device. It’s an interesting concept for a vape, that’s for sure. I like that the cap prevents your mouthpiece from getting dirty. It’s also very fun to flick open and closed! The flavor is good, the coil wicks well and the battery life is decent too. It can be difficult to fill the pod with dropper bottles but filling with the included 10ml bottle is an easy solution. Overall the Click a good device from Vaporesso.


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Robert Barnes

Robert is the Senior Editor for News and Reviews here at Versed Vaper. Robert previously worked in tech journalism and even wrote commercials. Initially, he joined our team to cover important vaping industry news. Now, he oversees and produces news, reviews, and deals content across a wide variety of topics ranging from law and policy changes, ENDS (Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems) products and Cannabis and CBD vaping products. When he’s not keeping track of all the latest vaping trends, he can most likely be found marathoning television series or playing with his awesome dog, Lupa.

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